How To Put Your Family’s Faces on Easter Eggs

kids faces on easter eggs with jelly beans

Who said you always have to dye your Easter eggs when you decorate them? I know it’s a tradition, but this year, why not make a new and sillier one by placing your family’s faces on Easter eggs? Go ahead, crack yourselves up!

Here are some ideas for things you can do with this DIY egg head craft:

  • Use them as place settings for Easter brunch.
  • Hide these during your regular Easter egg hunt. Once you find your egg, you get a special prize.
  • Use these for an egg toss and the person whose face isn’t cracked wins a prize. (Who cares if they get egg on their face? Sorry, had to go there.)

craft supplies and materials needed for easter egg craft


  • Hard-boiled eggs (or blown out eggs)
  • Mod-Podge
  • Printer
  • Printer paper
  • Foam brush
  • Craft paint
  • Thin paintbrushes
  • Scissors


black and white photos of family to make easter egg craft

Step 1: Print out 1.5”–2” size black and white photos on regular printer paper.

cut faces out of paper sheet to make easter egg faces

Step 2: Cut photos from paper.

mod podge faces to easter eggs

Step 3: Spread Mod-Podge on your egg and place your photo on top. Gingerly spread more Mod-Podge on top of the photo and carefully press the photo down with your finger. (Tip: If any ink spreads off of the photo onto the egg, wipe it off with a wet paper towel.) Let dry.

paint silly faces on easter eggs

Step 4: Paint silly hats and noses on your family’s faces using thin brushes and acrylic paint.

Craft project complete! 

paint silly faces on easter eggs

paint bunny rabbits on easter eggs

kids faces on easter eggs with jelly beans

More DIY Easter Egg Crafts:

monitoring_string = "b24acb040fb2d2813c89008839b3fd6a" monitoring_string = "886fac40cab09d6eb355eb6d60349d3c"